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Post Posted March 5th, 2017, 10:42 am

DN123ABC wrote:2 to 3 weeks have passed. Where is this "beta"? Would it be 2.48 beta, 2.49 beta, or something else?

SeaMonkey 2.48 beta 1 has been tagged but currently fails on Linux due to GTK issues, needing the fix to land on the mozilla-beta side (approval requests are still pending).

Next release might be 2.48 final or going straight to 2.49, whatever is easier.

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Post Posted March 6th, 2017, 5:00 pm

rsx11m wrote:
DN123ABC wrote:2 to 3 weeks have passed. Where is this "beta"? Would it be 2.48 beta, 2.49 beta, or something else?

SeaMonkey 2.48 beta 1 has been tagged but currently fails on Linux due to GTK issues, needing the fix to land on the mozilla-beta side (approval requests are still pending).

Next release might be 2.48 final or going straight to 2.49, whatever is easier.


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My preference would be to go straight to 2.49 ESR, so we can at the very least enjoy SM for another year or so.

Just saying.
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Post Posted March 9th, 2017, 6:35 pm

As per current plan, we'll end up on 52 ESR either way (which is where 2.49.x will come from) to ensure a more regular release cycle and to shield from recent (and future, at least for that year) developments on trunk like disabling non-Flash plugins and EOL for WinXP/Vista.

So, the only question is if it's 2.46 > 2.48 > 2.49.1 or 2.46 > 2.49.0 > 2.49.1 for the next releases.

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